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  • Applications for Tong Grabs in the Steel Industry (.pdf)
    Steel mills utilize tongs because they can be designed to withstand significant heat, are not affected by electromagnetic interference, have low maintenance requirements and can withstand significant shock loading.
  • Maintenance and Inspection of Below-the-Hook Lifting Equipment (.pdf)
    Many of the C-hooks, coil grabs, tongs, and load beams used in the steel industry are among the least expensive components of the steel processing line. However, when the shipping dock stops loading coils because a coil grab ceased operation, or the furnace shuts down due to a cracked bushing
  • 3D Scanning: Case Studies in Scanning Humans to Create Customized Products
    some tough lessons in making the technology usable by the general public. As a specialized 3D scanner manufacturer we also discuss some of the trends 3D scanning technology is creating in new and unique markets in customized medical applications, personal products, and clothing. Thomas Tong
  • Computer Power User Article - The Modder's Toolkit
    of screwdrivers, pliers, and grabbing tools such as tweezers and tongs for rescuing screws that fall into tight spots. Do yourself a favor and stop relying on a nearby junk drawer that holds commonly used tools. Having an organized computer toolkit available will make you more efficient and make the modding
  • Stability Testing Meets QbD
    with other factors when designing a new dosage form. Strongly tied in with instrumentation, this seemed like a novel concept: design for stability, not just for release. Several speakers (including Wei-Qin Tong of Novartis) emphasized choosing the best compromise between solubility and stability when
  • U.S. Patents | June 2007 | A B T |
    including the same, Alan R. Arthur and Gary J. Watts, Hewlett-Packard Development Co., LP. U.S. 7,198,508 (20070403), Combined electrical connector and radiator for high current applications, Pui Tsang Peter Ling and Yiu Sing Tong, Sylva Industries Ltd. (CN). U.S. 7,198,510 (20070403), Kelvin connector

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